Re: ACPI breaks maestro

From: Pavel Machek (
Date: Thu Feb 01 2001 - 04:36:20 EST


> Do maestro and acpi share an interrupt on your machine?


...and problem went away. Now I have both maestro and ACPI, and
maestro works. It did not... Strange.

> If so, is maestro's ISR ever getting called? Is ACPI's ISR
> (drivers/acpi/events/evsci.c acpi_ev_sci_handler()) getting called and
> reporting them handled when it shouldn't?
> Thanks -- Regards -- Andy
> > From: Pavel Machek []
> > With acpi support turned on, maestro does not work. Turn acpi off, and
> > maestro is working, again.

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